1. Young Nonprofit Executives Seek Accessible Training

    Young Nonprofit Executives Seek Accessible Training

    Many are in the early stages of their careers and are seeking training . Those new to the sector or maybe just new to a particular community are able to join local chapters and seek out training and programming opportunities, most of which are either ...

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    1. In terms of making training more impactful, is an opportunity to use those skills.
    2. That's, to me, why a learning circle, conversational learning, sharing experiences, is so much more helpful than going online and seeing the top five things you need to protect.
    3. I think we're increasingly separated as a community.
    4. The basic concept is that we want to encourage people in the field to have more thoughtful approaches to their career and avoid jumping for title and salary.
    5. We like the blend of using online dialogue, but introducing the personal relationships and the curation.
    6. In a small nonprofit, one person might wear a lot of hats.
    7. What do you do when you already have a master's degree and 15 years of experience.
    8. People are seeking a purpose mid-career and beyond.